After working at the company for 16 years, the employee received a letter of termination. It was clearly written for the purpose of another employee, which had blacked out sections, and poorly underlined sections regardi… (Read more)
According to the labor law, an employer reserves the right to let an employee go at any time, for any reason.
However, an employer has to do so with either:
It seems like in this situation, an employer may have not provided adequate termination pay and may be withholding funds. Other than legal aid, your most likely recourse would be with the help of a lawyer.
What are the laws about having to pay legal fees for the other party in a divorce case? I was told that the winner of a case can force their fees to be paid by the other party? I question how it's determined who won.
Can I work if my work visa expired and I received PR invitation and applied? I have also applied for bridge work permit but still did not receive it. What documents can I provide to HR department to prove my eligibility?